The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 48, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 22, 1905 Page: 6 of 8
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Indiana Woman Past Ccn
hiry Mark Reads and
Their Sufferings Are Usunllj-
Due to Uterine Disorder
Is the one that can rightfully boast of pure blood. When
kq rich red wine of life is coursing through the veins it im-
arS vigor and strength to the body and healthy action to all
'arts of the system. A healthv family is a wealthy family;
t mav ue poor in worldly goods but possessed of a priceless
ewel that all the riches of earth cannot buy. A healthy family 4LtS
nay not carry in their veins the blood of titled nobles or dis- K Y
mguished ancestors but vigorous health is "always an evidence of the
est and purest blood for the vital fluid contains all material necessary
or the makiug of bone and muscle and the growth' and development of
he body and upon its purity rests our chances for good health. When the
Mxly is fed upon weak sickly blood the system languishes growth is stunted disease
ntcrs without hindrance and the simplest maladies are apt to develop into serious sick-
less. In so mauy ways does the blood become contaminated that the fewest number succeed
n keeping this life-giving health-sustaining fluid in a pure and natural state. We inherit
he disease-tainted blood of ancestors parents transmit to their children such impoverished
md weak blood that their lives are a continuous battle again' disease and from earliest
ufancy are harassed by sores and the most Newark ohJo lm
lreadf ul skill eruptions and heirs tO some Some ton years ago I used your S. S. S. with the most
lf? fimilv disease No one has a riffllt t) tlfBotry results. From childhood up I had heen both-
ua ramiiy uisease. ino ouc ims u ngui u ered Trtth bad blood oho.-ioterlzed by skin eruptions and
brow Upon the Shoulders Or posterity a dlS- bolls especially bad In the summer. For five or six surn-
ame that lllirrlit have been cured or allow mors l bad " ranging from five to twenty In number
. i mlKut.ilu.vl- uucu "rt"u Ul oaoh season. Our local physlolans proscribed for me. out
.he blood to remain impure Without an eltort nothing they gave me did away with the annoying skin
o restore it to health. Rheumatism. Ca- "Ptons or prevented the bolls from appearing. The
o restore - iiwmij. xvuv.uiuuuaw u burnlng aoO0mpanylng the eruption was terrible and 1 had
.arrh Scrofula and many or the severer as high as six boiu at one time. My oondition was truly a
onus of skin diseases are frequently inher- g? ft ??&$
ted and Only the most thorough COUStltU- ties and bad blood and restored the olroulaUon to its orig-
inal treatment can remove them. Bad l55S? J"
. i t p i 1.1 .t the skin eruption and bolls. This has been ten years ago
blood IS responsible for more 111 health than and I have never had a return of the disoase. 1 would state
all other causes combined; it absorbs the aisothatmy husband has taken it with good results.
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poisons that gather m the system and the
germs and microbes floating in the air find their way into the circulation and old sores
and ulcers Eczema Boils Malaria and a long train of other diseases follow.
If you do not come of a strong and vigorous family and your blood shows evidence of im-
purity nothing will so quickly bring it back to a healthy condition as S. S. S. the most
widely known and popular blood remedy on the market. It purifies and builds up weak
sluggish oiooa ana stimulates tne circulation ana tnus
rids the system of impurities. S. S. S. contains tonic as
well as blood purifying properties and builds up the
general health improves the appetite and digestion and
tones up the nerves while ridding the blood of all poisons
and humors. Nothing reaches old chronic blood troubles
like S. S. SM and being a strictly vegetable remedy can be
taken by old and young without any bad after effects or injury to the system. As a blood
purifier and tonic at this season S. S. S. has no superior. It puts the blood in good order
removes all poisonous accumulations invigorates all parts of the system and prevents that
debilitated tired feeling common to this time of. year. Keeping the blood healthy is the
secret of all healthy families. Write us if in need of medical advice which our physicians
will furnish free of charge. Book on the blood and its diseases mailed free.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLAtiTA GA.
kiMKp Htoy Hmhbhb2?
LafayiHl. tml. M-irm :i Mrs Nnncv
K- thl A-rok ol'.d in oin hun-
lifii iiml -"Kill iupersorj of he" With
lll'l IKI'IMI1 U ht.1t of 'H1H!(" ullj III -
iiinlMt.nif In I rr unatt.iifiit.i .it 81. An-
ii!ii J-'i.i i vr th Asful when nil-
My :tl .ml rjjolpei In ihi- urn
t-itnt- i!il i.i : rf.xxl ln.tlth. Mn TIk'i.
Is one nf il p n o r-ir nrknb'i wnnipn i.i
I'i1Ihii. mi ihi in- f-w In the I'nlt- !
SUtes kIiii hnvi n nr-ll lrnc thp wo!ff!it
of i mi 5-u Hhe Ik inr of th f-
vomen 'i. iho 1. 1 1 . who h " p Attainnl
f uh a Krp it iih"
Mm T!-s'iio hn iKWFOsin-i of nil hrr
'P(.Iipi Ini'lii'lh it fioil iMvlg'n nml
leirlnn. tiiitl hp j ni. writ unil bpw
nrltl.out ihp iilO of mnpot.u u-t Sho hn
.i lurn rlrclo of mlr.itivrs. lio (.ill upon
l.pr tt lxnt on.- . j-etir.
Mis Tliu nttrllmtpit her 'Ifp to hnrd
woifc. nil Ir.rldfntally remarks ihul hnnt.
onrtit ln!or will k"-p .in ope hPnlihv
I1t huh.inl i -imp totnllv Mind 2n
mmi bofoir hlB dpnth. iind h lnoikptl
I'lKlu hi. (I day lo nupport hpr fjimll of
fine (.hlMii'ii Mho va never ulek n ilav
li her 1'fi mit'l fom venra :iit. Then nhe
nt to the g nti-i rv to moke Home pur-
th.iipn nnd ilun r turning h ime flipped
nit fell vin the nl.t.wiilk cirnlnlnif one
of her wrlsto he .van helpli!s fur eljrh
"iii hut her Kumrl) (ondltlon oti-
iuerel. mul u the nife of 1 it nho left the
l.oxf it .1 fnl wnlfit to tho Home for the
uuetH unil eirh n-id n lonR red ilhbon pin-
red to the l.nel of Ills eoit. It wan ob-
rened that the vo-.inK lio oie n beantl
rul ilttl hjui'uei o' m.J flinern nnd woie
i he led ribbon.
It hnpp-nti thn the Ind: nnd one of
tie otmir men of the lewn had berime
mraid thrav.Bh n nwtrlmoiilal puper
. nd not havi'ig n pernonnl neqnilntnnee
they had nsrreed to murk theuinelveti wltli
the red bouquet tnd tltn red ribbon. The
yonnu mnn h id confided the neeret to n
irleml -.nd when the .iul! be bi !deroom
itrrlved -it the depot at train time ho
found oil tlM boys In town ihcre drenoed
In the tame mnnner to claim the bride.
A he otepped off the train one of the
joung men who happened to be nearest
the nr to.k hold of b.r . 'Tn and inarched
tiwny with her. Itnmedlf tely each of the
joim men gu'hi-red nivnd the coupte
nd bpftar In a ph-ading manner to tell
h" yoiinK hdv that lie w.i the mnn
wnnted. Ths young inly emmped the
t'lluitkm -t once hut that did not pre-
sent enbiTiUBi ent. vvnleh ndded to the
ptmtaen.cnt of the pnwene-erv. The trntn
wim held rome minutes to see how the
1 lay endel. nnd the lust son of the
voun lady she was making her way to-
wird the city with one young man but
whether or not It ttni Ihi rhjtht mnn the
t-awengers novr htA nor did Conductor
i is QHHMBfw2 V
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IB t ""SVz H
O A FEDERAL BUREAU O
l OF MATRIMONY? O
OO OOOOOOO- OlO ooooo
nrM x t m
Great Discount 1
Come and Secure the Bargains at
1 Temple Economy
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LOUGHLIN & SHEWMAKER
Will open an exclusive Wholesale
Liquor House on or about April 1st in
the Fielding Building on East Oklaho-
I ma Avenue. They will carry a full and
j complete line of liquors. Amone the
jj Special Brands will be "Old Taylor."
IjNew Industry More Foreign
. Kliom tva- to motherhood I'resJdent
Ro.seWt touches no subject that he does
rot adorn with hi moralities. One day
In ireaches to a tract society says the
it: Trk World the next to a congiees
of malrors. If he mixes his texts he is
hi III i'lwa the figlitlnR man. Chris-
tianity maternity ttid militarism seem a
r.er diet to seive up for d illy consump-
t t'ti. Posibl It is because the public
i -ken Its Booe't salt not by pinches
la. t by handful th:.t the irtxture find
Mr Rvie ell's besetting doctrine In
ihul men .nust marry nnd nomt n beur
I'-iHren l iltln ehlidren and plenty of
tlim. AI ib li'ldren. It's logic runs
n i st iic re. led to le fit to light i.nd fe-
i M. le children to iKir mote children fit to
I slit. Napoleon never took half sj moral
i. tone when he culled on thu 'nothers
of licence for more suk'lrs
Hiue J-y Mr. Roosevelt may realise
tl.jt these matters regulate thenvMlves.
ilit-e Is no telling. He bade the lust
(.oi-gnrsn attend to th husbrfnds who
aiae their wive by having them whip-
ped. Who knows hut so.ne future mess-
ug nwv hingit on the necessity of creat-
In a Federal Burruu of Bftchnlors with
imrpulsory .itatrtii'ony as the penalty for
ofr-nders ugtilntt bis persoiml coder
Deafness Cannot b& Cured.
bylocaJ ni'Hcat4on as tljey cannot
reach tht dluased portion of the mr.
There la only one wey to cute deaf-
ness and l hnt is bv conitltutiona!
re.meiHe. Deafness la caueu by an
Inflau.eO conJlilon of the mucous l'ti-
Inir of the EitHlachlan Tube When
thla tube la inflamed vou have a ruuib
iing ound or imperfect hear.ng and
when it U entirely clottel Deufne Is
the result an J unlens the lnfltimma-
1 tlon ran be taken ot:t and this tub-
reatoired to its noitnal condition hear-
ing will lie uV-.in.-yud fureter; nine
caaeg out of ten nre caused by Catarth
nhich is nothinr but an lnflan.ed ecu-
ditlon of the n Ufcotu ittrfoct.
We will Rite Or.e Hundred Dollar
for anv cane of Duafocsx tcauaed by
tatanb) that canuot bo ciced by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for ci-cu
F. J. CHKNEY A CO.. Toledo O.
Sold by all (Irurziats ?Sc.
Jal.e liall'a Family Pills for con ill
By the Tonic Route.
Tlie bills that act as n tonlo nd not
ns n drnitlc purae. are UoWlti's LltOa
Unrlr Riwrs. Thty cttro Hendnclic.
Congt'natinn nillmunogB etc. 3nrly
Rlrers aro aninU. ony to take and
easy to net a safe pill. JlacK Hainll
ton hotel clork at Valley City. N. D..
mv: 'Two liottleg cured me of
chronic oonatlpaUlon." Sold by C. R
Agitators at Work.
Mitnu Oourtland itussla March 22.
Ac.j'tators have sutceeilcd In stopping all
Hork on seventeen estates in the Orab-
Innky ind Hasentoth district. Troops
I uvc been dispatched to the disturbed localities.
A MEDICINE THAT OURE3
Can wo dispute
'the well - known
'fact that American
Vwomeu art ner-
How often do we
hear the expres-
sion "I amsoner-
I vou s It seems as if
'I should fly; " or
" Don't BTtenlt to
make you irritable; yon ccn't sleep
you are unable to quietly and calmly
perform your daily tasks or care for
The relation of the nerves nnd ten-
ors tire orjfjtis in women is so close
tlmt nine-tenth of the nervous pros-
tration nervous debility the blues
sleeplessness and nervous irritability
arise from some derangement of tho
organism which makes her a woman.
Fits of depression or restlessness and
irritability. Spirits easily affected so
that one minute she laughs the next
minute weeps. Pnin in the ovaries and
between the shoulders. Loss of voice;
nervous dyspepsia. A tendency to cry
at the least provocation. All this points
to nervous prostration.
Nothing will relieve this distressing
condition and prevent months of pros-
tration and suffering so surely an Lydin.
B. 1'lnkham'a Vegetable Compound.
Mrs. M. R. Shotwell of 103 Flatbush
Avenue Brooklyn N. Y. writes:
" I cannot express the wonderful relief I
have exparienoed by taking Lytlla K. I'lnk-
bam's Vegetable Compound. I suffered for
a long Utile with nervous prostration bftck-
actte lieailsche Ion of appetite. I could
not sleep and would walk tho floor almost
" I had three doctors and Rot no better and
life was a burden. I was advised to try
Lydla K PinkliMti's Vegetable Compound
and it lias worked wonders for me.
" I am a well woman my nervousness is all
gone and my frisnds say I look ten years
Will not tho volumes of letters from
women made strong by Lydla B. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound convince
all women of its virtues ? Surely you
cannot wish to remain sick and weak
and tNsoouraged oxhaustod oaoh clay
when you can be as cosily cured as
Exchange " (All Makes)
Sell Tabulating Attachments
' Typewriter Supplies
" " Furniture
Furnish Stenographers and Op-
erators. CAN WE SERVE YOU
A Distructlve Fire.
To draw the fire out of a burn or heai
n cut without leaving a cn'r. use De-
wltt's U Ich Hazel Salve . A specific
for piles. Get the genuine J. L.
Tucker editor of tho Harnocizer
Centre Ala. write: "l have used De
Witt's Witch Hael Salve in P.y font-
lly for PUe. ctia and burnt. It is the
lett Mtlvo on the market. Bvc-ry fam
Sly ahould keep it on liand." Sold by
C. R Ilenfro.
Makes the Home Cheerful
ami) Thrown In Warsaw.
Warsaw March Hi. A bomb taken fron
the window of i house In Volsk street
at B o'clock li tho evening exploded In
the ml.lst of a passing patrol composed
o; r-oll'-e and mf.mtiy. Six soldiers and
two policemen were dangerously wounded.
They were removed to thi military hos-
Pii.il. J'he assail mt escaicd.
Statixtirs shov stattllnjc mortality.
from appendicitis and peritonitis. To
prevent and cute theee awful diseases
Ihete is Just one reliable remedy. Dr
King's New Life Pills M. Fiannery.
of 1 1 Cunnm House Place Chicago
nays: 'They have no equal lor con-
stipation and Millousres." 2tc at all
Remington Typewriter Com-
pany 6 Broadway Oklahoma City
AiA ' j All the new styles in Tan
lFwtlib Black and Patent Leather
UK J Ty satisfaction 'all Styles 9
1 M If r- tr an( coors- But two prices
I w B fjK1 T $3" 0 ' I
1 i 1 I3i V a1 Rni' Examine our D
I mA Jk Man? ty9 f Walk 0v" I
jp" Kuci l23 Shoes for men they are
jTIh wUtJJK!! Jfj tie Latest Creation in
"l llBIP "j5V Shoe Art.
jMrilr"'1 " v 1 111 ii iiin" Jiiiii t
1 18 West Oklahoma Avenue.
Titn -' siK&&m
JUST CALL 1E UP
Y.'hec vou need coal. Your oru--will
be fl'lpd 1u--t as oulchly and satl-
factory n f you had come in person
to wier it end tho coal will be Just
as tsood a ever came nut of a mine-
clean drv aud 2'lable. Hare plenty
of Howail McAlcter acd Ca'.r.maroa
coal Black Diamond and Anthracite.
I. F. CHEADLil
The Coal Man
Public Traln'ng Staale.
I have -started a public tralatui?
stable in conncMoa with ray board
Ing buatuecs at tlw old N. P. Smith
stand. 1 woulk.t bo pleased to corre-
spond with tbofio who have horses 'to
race in the 1906 campaign I gait and
balance up colts.
Special attention given to boarders
S. M. McGlnnls Prop.
Both Phones 44.
CONFUSED THE BRIDE
The Gulfarie Light & Power Co
lie Daily L
10 Cants !
Topska K MikIi 'j: - -4'uiidiu tor
.li'i Hl.ui i: t'i Tl lsc tellH a K1
mo f a.i meidvnt that nupptiied down
nt IxKikwiHHl Mo. lant wnk when h
waist in chuiKe of nasnei.ui r trtlu Not
tVlieti he lift Kani.j Cit in the inoniius;
i ne of his i.isstiit in vt.ii u tine looking
uiik l.ul- who I.. ul i iKki-t from l.nw-
ii i.i K.i. H'Mtiu i-nlied Ku!is.ia t'tty
u.r the . ina K. She .i u up) ndld
) of Kuiia women ireity itiSJUttsd
. ll ilit sed .nut with every iadjUntften Of
lsunrment. When the tram turivsd at
Lock wood (here os j. nutnbar of youns;
tit-H ao wo.t lt.-unt red bu'. ton hoi bou-
Gover"oisi't Bui'dine Burned.
81. Patcrsturg it in h 'J - nexiiper
ill lll (' llli IHI Klin ll. t ills of t'u-
l.ll'nltlB or tin nil i' lis l Hlli lillllillliK
ii'.rnh I i iii in. In lir .si hu i-
nn dun 1 i .in I if in mt.uui il.ji on
tli ist.u 'ul I limiss Murnt at Rik.i. in
I'.e ZngiH.I distil i at wlui Ii the pollc
mn ol.l -(.1 nj hie on tin iloteiti. urn ii y
it tl.e I ittoi i. iiik woundod.
tuk n M.ili K 'ii trIIIUnt youns Bo-
iu n in plo'ilM Kile oi of the best
lu ..mis of tiiunl. u the lity hall last
i miit tiiat IjhiIiiIi lies hnvi ovsr hod the
jh.ixure of heailng It was a high elaai
i. vat A large .md appreciative uudlenc
greeted him He A i)ed Ihoplu B-
t'lin n. Ki Itiiiiuiiin. tkiuci Brahms and
nth. i m.iMw with skill Hnd ease. Thr
i. i.othlng in musio that Malek can not
l.). Mulk Is only twenty-nine ywir-i
old. His lului-o U yet before him. The
Ctielaii is whit will Malek be when he
alluias P.idereHHk' s ugeT
Oupo Throat Troubles
oausoU by cold or uao of
thBVOtOOm Sold only In boxea.
Are the mod Inlet eating of nil the
Natural Winders ii America. These
w ondcrf ul Caverns are visited annually
by thousands of tourists from this
country and abroad. They- eie pro-
tounrcd by scientist the most ma?-
nlftceut work cf natvre. It would well
repay ou to take 'he t me t make
h visit to them. They are 100 rails
south of I.ouUviile fly 'near the
Louisville & Nashville. R. R.
and tb' undersigned will be glad tc
anofo von rates give train acheduU'f
or send you a beautiful fully UlustrateJ
8 paire (Kuklet giving an IntersaUns
descrlptioa of these rewarkab'o
C. L. STONE a. P. A.. Leu'sville Ky
The best Lump Coal on OP nn
the market i per ton. ODiUU
Arkansas AiUhracite for
Phone 574 SHERRIFF I SON
Goods Pa.ched Stored and Shipped to Order-
. Piione 20 Offlco and Yards 407-409 W. Kelson
ATTORN F.YS AT LAW.
Frank Dale. A G. C. Blerer.
DALE & BIERER.
Anderson Bids.. OUlrthoma Avenue
Attorney at Law.
Office In Adler Block. South side Okla.
ORVILLE T. SMITH
J 00 S. Division. Telephone GG4.
Special attention to the luw of Cor-
porations Reril Property and Insur-
ance. Guthrie Ohla.
Virgil M. Hobbs Gustave A. Erivton
HOBB3 &. ERIXON
Rooms 6 and 7 Spurlock Bldg
"THE STRAIGHT LINE."
The St. Louis SI Peno & Western.
GUTHRIE TO EL RENO.
quick simvire and thb dkst
T. L. Wolf Traffic Manager.
1084 E. Okla. Ave. Quthrie Okla
THE ELKS HOTEL.
Guthrie's Leading Hostelry.
Kates J2.00 and $2 50v Modern Co
1 Blocks from Union Depot
DRAKE & GREEN Proprietors.
THE ROYAL HOTEL.
Van Duyn & Eaton Props
Rates $2.00 nnd $2. GO per day.
Leading Hostelry In Guthrie.
Guthrie Towel Supply.
Towels and aprons of all kinds fi-
nished at veiy reasonable rates. Bm
me bit'ore you buy. 'Walter Hammock
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE.
M. LUTHER. WEST
Fire A Notary
Insurance S Public
H. H. THOMPSON.
Sho repairing neatly done. Also
pay highest prices for second liand
327 V. Oklahoma A remit.
R. R CARLIN
Largest Insurance Agere
Phone 436. Room 1
OKLAHOMA DISTRIBUTING AGENCY.
Systematic distributors of all kinds ut Ad
vektlslng matter viz: Circulars. t'anM
hamples tscklDg nlgus. ftc Contrac so-
licited. Bat Mai' lion guaranteed
UKO M UKQKOFF. Mgr
Rooms b and o er Gramt Leader phone
Mt. liutbrk- urla
Dally Leader tO cents a weeK dellv
erod every day exsept Sunday
fp. Frank Laux.
M V r "
tetattt Ajtent American Sorely c of New York.
Aetna Hutidlng and Loan Association of Tupcsa. Kas
sFhone 1511 Losan Countr Bank UulldluK. Guthrie. Okla
Get in too big a hurry to clean house as our
carpet cleaning machine will be here about
.Guthrie Lauudry Co.
m I4!!! AHtlUI Iftkl a ftllW UuitfMt'MM""
t blood weak rerves exhausilon gcntiral debility.
J O. JLtrC:.
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